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1935 

SOU'WESTER 

Published by the 

ASSOCIATED 
STUDENTS 

SOUTHWESTERN 
UNIVERSITY 

GEORGETOWN 
TEXAS 



FOREWORD 

Land Ho! Treasure lies ahead- 
treasured memories of the high 
points of interest during the school 
year. Interests which are highest 
at the time of actual participation. 
But mellowed, reminiscent interest 
revived by your annual is of lasting 
value, growing year by year in- 
stead of diminishing as you leave 
college and turn to other things. 
If a few pleasant memories are re- 
called by looking through this 
book in later years, our mission is 
fulfilled and our efforts not in vain. 

— The Staff 



DEDICATION 

To one distinguished in his pro- 
fession, gifted with a lovable per- 
sonality that inspires confidence 
and trust in those who know him, 
and is loved and respected by the 
entire student body as a friend and 
gentleman, we, the thirtieth edi- 
torial staff of the Sou^wester, re- 
spectfully dedicate this volume to 



RANDOLPH WOOD TINSLEY 



COPYRIGHT 

Jean Meyer 
Associate Editor 

Marley Giddens 
Business Manager 



Stafford Photo-Engraving Co. 
Engraver 

The Rein Company 
Printer 



R. J. Stone 
Photographer 




SCIENCE BUILDING 




MOOD HALL 




WOMAN'S BUILDING 



SOUTHWEST E RN SONG 



Again we hail thee, mother dear. 
Hail to thee. Southwestern, 
Thy sons are loyal, never fear, 

Loyal to Southwestern. 
We'll ne'er forget thy fostering eare, 
The quiet hour of morning prayer, — 
The ringing call to service there 
Bach in old Southwestern. 

Our fondest memories will cling. 
Cling to thee. Southwestern. 

And all the service we can bring 
Shall be thine. Southwestern. 

The davs of toil ice welcome here; 

Tf e love the spot with all its cheer, — 

The songs to every student dear, — 
Dear to old Southwestern. 

Come, let us on to victory 

For our dear Southwestern. 
For Texas still has need of thee. 

Needs her own Southwestern. 
And may thy sun forever shine. 
As students gather at thy shrine, 
For life and death we all are thine, 
Always thine. Southwestern. 




FACULTY 



THE greatest of all the arts is the art of living. In this business 
of living perhaps the greatest problem is the problem of living 
together. There are three points which determine the plane of liv- 
ing, the economic, the sociological and the spiritual. 

The economic has to do with wealth and credit, with buying and 
selling, with production and distribution. We hope you will be 
economically sufficient. 

The sociological has to do with the whole field of human rela- 
tionships, the home, the body politic and the institutions of society. 
Life cannot be fine if the human relationships are all apart. "As 
much as in you lieth, be at peace with all men" and "Love one 
another." 

The most determining factor in life is spiritual. Man is some- 
thing more than an animal. Man does not die like a horse, neither 
can he live like one. Work for an animal is an end in itself. For a 
man the making of money is simply a means to an end, and that 
end is qualitative living. Man is a soul and that soul is restless 
until it finds harmonious relationship with God. God is our Father. 
All men are our brothers. Love is the law of life. To the degree that 
we live out these truths life becomes fine. We covet for you the 
abundant life full of peace and joy. 



Cordially, 
King Vivion 




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DEAN OF WOMEN 

In the hot-fit of life, a tiptoe on the highest point of being, 
she passes at a bound on to the other side. The noise of the 
mallet and chisel are scarcely quenched, the trumpets are 
hardly done blowing, when, trailing with her clouds of glory, 
this happy-starred, full-blooded spirit shoots into the spiritual 
land. 

MARGARET MOOD McKENNON 



Laura Kuykendall, B.A., M.A. 
Dean of Women 



H. E. Meyer, B.A. 
Dean of Music 




Pearl Alma Neas 
Registrar; Director of Corres- 
pondence Division 

R. J. Kidd 
Manager of Mood Hall 



J. C. Godbey, B.A., M.A. 
Professor of Chemistry 



L. J. Waggoner, B.A., M.A., B.D. 
Religious Education and History 



J. C. Guanbehy, B.A., M.A., B.D., 

Ph.D., D.D. 
Professor of Philosophy and Political 

Science 



P. P. Young, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of History 



F. C. A. Lehmberg, B.A., M.A. 
Professor of German and French 



W. C. Vaden, B.A., M.A. 
Professor of Latin, Greek, and French 




O. A. Ullrich, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of Education, Philosophy and 
Psychology 



B. W. Tinsley, B.S., LL.D. 
Professor of Biology and Geology 



M. L. Williams, B.A., M.A. 
Professor of Economics and Sociology 



Claud Howard, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of English 



H. L. Gray, B.A., D.D. 
Professor of Bible and Religion 



A. B. Wapple, B.S., M.A. 
Professor of Mathematics 



Ruth Morgan Ferguson, B.A., M.A. 
Associate Professor of English 



C. A. Cook, B.A., Sch. Mus. B., 

Mus. B. 
Instructor in Music 



S. B. Dunn, B.S., M.S. 
Instructor in Phvsics 



Lucy Belle Morgan, B.A., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Spanish 



Sherman Lesesne, B.S., M.A. 
Instructor in Chemistry 



Mabel Taylor Quebedeaux, B.A. 

M.A. 
Assistant Librarian 




H. J. Kidd, B.A., M.Ed. 
Education and Physical Education 



Anita Storrs Gaedke, 
Instructor in Violin 



Thomas Marsh, B.A., B.D. 
Speecli and Dramatic Literature 



H. E. Meyer, B.A. 
Professor of Music 



Helen Clay Moorman 
Instructor in Music 



Frances Love, B.A., M.A. 
Instructor in Latin 



Georgia BniDGEns 

Hostess for the Woman's Building 



I OLA Bowijen 
Instructor in Music 



Rita C. McClain 
Dietitian 



Albert May 
Campus Manager 



Margaret Helen Cline, B.S. 
Instructor in Physical Education 



Jeannie Bess Cline Starnes, B.A. 
Instructor in Shorthand and Type- 
writing 




Margaret McKhnnon, B. A. 
Librarian 



Velma Tisdale, B.A., M A. 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 



C. M. Edens, B.A. 
Director of Athletics 



Van C. Tipton, M.A., M.D. 
University Physician 



Lois Clark, B.A. 
Assistant to the Registrar 



Agnes Ericson, B.N. 
University Nurse 




SENIORS 





Virginia Agree Waco 

Major: Dramatic Literature 
Delta Delia Delia; Mask and Wig; Pep Squad. 



Annie Adams 

Major: Bible and Religion 
( 'hoir; Senate. 



Waco 



Cleveland 



Sara Moore Anderson 

Major: Piano 
Delta Delta Delta; Pep Squad; Woman's Bldg. 
Honor Council; Senate; Beauty Page '33; Choir; 
Music Club; Sec. -Treasurer Senior Class. 

Mar.iorie Ashe Houston 

Major: History 
Pres. Zeta Tau Alpha: Senate; Woman's Bldg. 
Honor Council; Woman's Athletic Council; Pep 
Squad. 

Margaret Cawthon Baker Beaumont 

Major: Speech and Dramatic Literature 
Mask and Wig; University Honor Council; Student 
Senate; Alpha Chi; Student Assistant. 

Lehoy Berk man Georgetown 

Major: History 
Freshman Football. 

Janice Berry Houston 

Major: Spanish 
Zeta Tau Alpha; Spanish Club. 

Stanley W. Bohmfalk San Antonio 

Major: Chemistry 

Band; Choir; Science Society; Alpha Chi; Pi Gam- 
ma Mu. 

John Bowden Bolton 

Major: Sociology and Economics 
Pres. Freshman Class '33; Choir; Mask and Wig; 
Pi Gamma Mu; Ministerial Association. 



Lenoba Buss Donna 

Major: Voice 
Delta Delia Delta; University Honor Council; 
Senate; Pep Squad; Woman's Athletic Council; 
Choir; Music Club; Beauty Page '35; Alpha Chi. 




Elizabeth Caldwell Sonora 

Major: Music 
Choir; Sigma Tau Delta; Alpha Chi; Spanish Club. 

Coleman Cabpenteb Waco 

Major: Economics 
Mask and Wig; Megaphone and Magazine Staff. 



Fanita Chapman 

Major: Music 
Music Club. 



Beaumont 



Breckenridge 



Lesteb Clabk 

Major: Political Science 
Kappa Alpha; Pan-Hellenic; Physical Education 
Instructor, Boxing; Band; Track. 

Kathbyn Cobb Laredo 

Major: Psychology 
Sigma Tau Delta; Pi Gamma Mu; Spanish Club; 
Student Assistant; Magazine Staff; Choir; Campus 
Beauty. 

Sam A. Cobb Jacksonville 

Major: History and Political Science 
Kappa Alpha; Magazine Staff; Megaphone Staff. 

Cecile Cooke Georgetown 

Major: History 
Library Assistant; Pep Squad. 

Joe W. Davis Georgetown 

Major: Chemistry 
Science Society; Band; Choir. 




Louise Donham 
Major: English 
Pep Squad. 



( ieorgelown 



Lillian Ellis Laredo 

Major: Piano 
Spanish Club; Alpha Chi; Choir; Sigma Tau Delia. 

Nolly Embry Brady 

Major: Economics 
Mask and Wig; Mood Hall Honor Council; Spanish 
Club; Bindery Foreman. 

J. David Engman Beaumont 

Major: History 
Senate; Vice-President Junior Class; Business Man- 
ager Megaphone; Choir; Magazine Staff; Baseball; 
Basketball; Football. 

Ethel Ferguson Bryan 

Major: Spanish 
Alpha Delta Pi; Spanish Club; Music Club; Wo- 
man's Bldg. Honor Council; Senate; Pep Squad; 
Alpha Chi. 

Glenn Sterling Fikes San Antonio 

Major: History 
Phi Delta Theta; Athletic Council; Football '32, 
'33, '34; Basketball '32, '33, '34 (Captain '35); 
Vice-President Senior Class; Baseball. 

Milton Frueh La Vernia 

Major: German 
Choir; Pi Gamma Mu. 

Fred Gage Georgetown 

Major: History 
Choir. 

Charles Gillespie Bartlett 

Major: Chemistry 
President Mood Hall Honor Council; Mask and 
Wig; Choir; Senate; Head waiter. 



Marley Giddens Georgetown 

Major: Chemistry 
Football and Basketball '32, '33, '34; Pres. Uni- 
versity Honor Council; Senate; Science Society; 
Pres. "S" Association; Pres. Junior Class; Sou'- 
wester. 

Jack Giesecke Angleton 

Major: History 
Football and Basketball '32, '33, '34; Track '30, 
'34; Mood Hall Honor Council; Senate: "S" As- 
sociation; Pres. Senior Class; Freshman Coach; 
Magazine Staff. 



Jack Godbey 

Major: Chemistry 

Football '32, '33, '34; ' 

Society; Tennis. 

Frances Nell Halley 
Major: English 

Delta Delta Delta, Pres. 



Georgetown 



S" Association; Science 



Corsicanc 



'33-'34: Miss Southwest- 



ern '34; Sigma Tau Delta; Music Club. 

Mary Dean Harrell 

Major: Music Theory 
Spanish Club: Music Club. 
Donald Hicks 

Major: History 
Physical Education Assistant. 



Bertram 



El Campo 



Mexia 



Kermit Horn 

Major: English 
Editor Megaphone '33-'34, Magazine '34-'35; Foot- 
ball '32, '33, '34; Sou'wester Staff; "S" Associa- 
tion; Spanish Club; Senate. 

Elizabeth Howard Georgetown 

Major: English 
Graduate Student; Delta Delta Delta; Sigma Tau 
Delta; Alpha Chi; Instructor in Zero English. 

Lola Fay Hunt Portland 

Major: Piano 
Alpha Chi; Beauty Page '33; Spanish Club; Choir; 
President Music Club; Senate; Honor Council, Sec; 
Delta Delta Delta. 

Bernice Margaret Hurst Angleton 

Major: English 
Alpha Chi; Megaphone Staff; Student Assistant 
English. 





Shirley Johnson Bryan 

Major: Piano 
Alpha Delta Pi; Music Club. 

Alton Jones liusk 

Major: Bible 
Choir; Ministerial Association, Sec. '34-'35. 





Miller Jordan 

Major: Economics and Sociology 
Spanish Club; Student Assistant. 



Weslaco 



Temple 



Evelyn Lankford 

Major: French 
Alpha Delta Pi; Pep Squad; Megaphone Staff; 
Senate; Woman's Bldg. Honor Council, Secretary. 

Garland Lavender Hillsboro 

Major: Bible and Religion 
Ministerial Association; Baud; Spanish Club; Choir. 

Mildred McKenzie Bryan 

Major: Spun is h 
Alpha Delta Pi, Pres. '34; Spanish Club; Senate; 
Woman's Bldg. Honor Council; Pan-Hellenic. 



Howard Marlin 
Major: History 
Mood Hall Honor Council; Choir. 



Handley 



Goose Creek 



C. Herman Murph 

Major: English 
Student Assistant Geology: Alpha Chi; Science 
Society; Sigma Tau Delta. 

Oliver Newton Bertram 

Major: History 
Football '30, '32, '33, '34; Basketball '31, '32, '33, 
'34; Track; Baseball; "S" Association; Mood Hall 
Honor Council. 

Niels Nilson Galveston 

Major: Economics 
Alpha Chi; Sigma Tau Delta; Pi Gamma Mu; 
Band; Spanish Club; Mood Hall Honor Council; 
Senate; Vikings; Choir. 



Jimmie Ruth Nixon Sour Lake 

Major: Dramatics 
Zeta Tau Alpha; Secretary Students Association; 
Pep Squad; Most Popular Girl '35; Woman's 
Building- Honor Council. 

Jack Parker Kosse 
Major: Economics 



Jesse Scott Price Paris 

Major: English 
Treasurer Alpha Delta Pi; Music Club; Megaphone 
Staff; Pep Squad. 

Ferrell Pledger Tyler 

Major: Bible and Religion 
Graduate Student; Ministerial Association; Inner 
Circle. 

Winston Proctor Beaumont 

Major: History 
President Students Association '35; Phi Delta 
Theta; Football '34; "S" Association; Tennis '34, 
'35. 

Chloe Lee Quebedeau Georgetown 

Major: English 
Secretary Alpha Chi; Pep Squad; Girls' Athletic 
Ass'n; Winner Golf '34; Student Assistant Regis- 
trar '32-'35; Phi Gamma Mu. 



Walter Arnim Quebedeaux Georgetown 

Major: Chemistry and Mathematics 
Band; Orchestra; Alpha Chi; Science Society. 
Clar ce Baetzsch Marfa 

Major: Dramatic Literature 
Eelta Delta Delta; Pep Squad. 



Roy Richardson Georgetown 

Major: Chemistry 
President Phi Delta Theta: Spanish Club; Band; 
Orchestra; Senate; Science Society; Pan-Hellenic 
Honor Council. 

Donald Bisinger Edinburg 

Major: Bible and Religion 
Alpha Chi; Ministerial Association, Pres.; Phi Gam- 
ma Mu. 



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.Ioiim (). Rodgebs Lindale 

Major: Chemistry 
Football '.'!:!, '34, Basketball '34; Scnalo; Mood 
Hall Honor Council; Science Society. 



John M. Shahpe 

Major: Chemistry 
Southwestern Science Society. 



Georgetown 



A bilene 



Vihginia Stewart 

Major: History 
Delta Delia Delta, Treas. '35; Megaphone Staff; 
Student Assistant; Beauty Page '32; Miss South- 
western '35; Pep Squad. 



John English Thames 
Major: Economics 

Emma Howard Thomas 

Major: History 
Alpha Delta Pi. 



Kenedy 



Gause 



Bel Ion 



Joseph Van Ness 
Major: History 
President Students' Association '34; President 
Alpha Chi; Kappa Alpha; Mood Hall Honor Coun- 
cil. 



Josie Alma Waiters 

Major: English 
Alpha Chi; Student Assistant. 

SmOOT WlIIGIIAM 

Major: Client istry 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Pirate Band. 



Alto 



Georgetown 



Beaumont 



James White 

Major: History 
Phi Delta Theta; Business Manager Megaphone; 
Yell Leader '33-'34, '34-'35; Band; Senate. 



Franklin Yeager 
Major: Chemistry 
Kappa Alpha; Choir; Tennis 



Corpus Chrisli 



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JUNIORS 




SOPHOMORES 




FRESHMEN 









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Elzah Adams 

FoBD A.INSWORTH 

I I \I.SELL ARMSTRONG 

DUBWAHD 15 A I LEY 
Mabgabet 15 A K KB 
Thomas Baldwin 

Wilbur Barnett 
Mary Bell 
Oscar Benold 

Benton Bishop 
Calvin Black 
Darold Black 

Sidney Blackburn 
John Francis Blum 
Evelyn Bowmeb 

Jack Browder 
Maurice Brundige 
Grace Bruton 



( leorgetown 
( Georgetown 
Hebbronville 

Devine 
Harlingen 
Houston 

Llano 
Houston 
Georgetown 

Georgetown 
Jan et I 
Nederlund 

Beaumont 
Taylor 
Georgetown 

Groesbeck 
Granger. 
Plant Gily, Fla 





John Hill 

Mary Nell Johnson 

FOBBEST JoNES, J R. 

Strait Kimmons 
Oscar King 
i i erbert klose 
Alexandria Lehmberg 

ElMO LEWIS 

Louise Lockwood 
Elizabeth Lockwood 

Russel Lykman 
George McKay 
Chablotte McDermoit 

Sue Maness 
James Mann 
Doris Evelyn May' 

Gregory Meyer 
Joe E. Moore 
Darby Orgain 
Hebschel Orb 



Moody 
Eddy 
Hi yon 

Alvin 
Georgetown 
Bertram 
Georgetown 

Georgetown 
Taylor 
Taylor 

Brady 
Ferris 
Beaumont 

Childress 
West Columbia 
Georgetown 

Georgetown 
Oakwood 
Bastrop 
West Columbia 







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Ann MoiUiAN 

Maiiv Martha Strange 

John C. Thomas 

Maby Alice Thomas 
L. G. Tucker 
Hughe Veal 

Edwin Vinther 
m y ron vogan 
Willie Mae Vogt 

Elizabeth Walden 
Allene Walker 
Louise Ward 

Faye Wardlaw 
Ross Wilder 
Helen Williams 

Wesley Williams 
Wilton Wood 
Jack Wright 

Woodrow Wyatt 
Margaret Wynne 
Ruth Yarbough 



Corpus Christi 
Marl 
Falfurrias 

Rodgers 
Florence 
Taylor 

Georgetown 
Aluin 
Georgetown 

Crockett 
Hullo 
Nixon 

Ballinger 
Taylor 
Cameron 

Alvin 
Elgin 
Corpus Christi 

Georgetown 
Granger 
Breckenridge 





Tete" Newton, Halfback 
Three-year letterman 



"Hoss" Ross, Tackle 
Four-year letterman 



"Blackdiamond" Secrest, 
Tackle 

One-year letterman 

"Focus" Bishop, Guard 
One-year letterman 

"Clanny" Barnes, Halfback 
Capt. -elect. Two-year letter 
man 



Glenn Fikes, Quarterback 
Three-year letterman 



"Blondy" Giddens, End 
Three-year letterman 




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I' I K ATES FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 



September 28 . . 


. Pirates- 


0 


Sam Houston Teachers — 0 


October 5 


Pirates— 


0 


Denton Teachers — 6 


October 12. . . . 


Pirates- 


6 


St. Edwards — 6 


October 19 


Pirates— 


14 


San Marcos Teachers — 7 


October 26. . . . 


Pirates- 


7 


Hardin-Simmons — 0 


November 2 


Pirates— 


2 


Austin College — 6 


November 9 . . . 


. Pirates— 


13 


Trinity— 12 


November 16.. 


. . Pirates— 


0 


McMurry— 13 


November 23.. 


. Pirates— 


6 


Daniel Baker— 12 


November 29.. 


. . Pirates— 


0 


. . . Howard Payne — 14 



One can easily see by the scores that the Pirates were in the 
running at all times although they did not win very many 
games. Only one team in the conference was able to score 
fourteen points on them. 

It is as one fellow remarked — any team that can defeat 
Hardin-Simmons and San Marcos Teachers and tie St. Ed- 
wards is not such a bad one after all. 

Coach Edens is to be congratulated upon turning out as 
good a team as he has for the past several years when you take 
into consideration the material with which he has had to work. 



Top row: Coach Giesecke, Van Clive, Wilkinson, Galbreatii, Harrell, Hill, Mann, Reeder, 
Wilder, Purl, Manford. 



Bottom row: Boyd, Benold, Cannon, Capt. Blum, Garbutt, Lewis, Orr, Gammenthaler, Tyner, 
Bishop. 



The first freshman workout revealed nothing to get excited about. 
A mere handful of stragglers — barely twenty men — only five backs 
and not a big man in the lot of them. But this bunch of """stragglers" 
soon showed their wares and completed the most successful season 
ever weathered by a Buccanette eleven. 

These rabbit backs chalked up 75 points in four games while the 
stubborn fish line held opponents to four touchdowns. 

Coach Giesecke is to be complimented upon his splendid work with 
the freshmen this year and we hope he will meet with equal success 
when he starts out next year. 



"S" ASSOCIATION 



The "S" Association is composed of those men who have won their letter in one 
of the major sports on the campus. It is exclusively for the athletes. Its purpose is 
to develop the physical side' of the hoys ami to promote sportsmanship. 



PEP SQUAD 



The Pep Squad really came alive this year and showed the new 
students what is meant when one says something about the c "01e 
Pirate Pep." Yes Sir, for the benefit of those who were never there 
to hear it, the students fairly raised the roof every Friday morning 
from ten to ten-thirty. 

The athletes wish to express 
their appreciation for the spirit 
shown by the students toward 
helping to put out a winning 
team and will endeavor to do 
better next year. They also 
wish to thank the Faculty for 
allowing the chapel hour each 
Friday to be used for this oc- 
casion and hope that they will 
see fit to continue this practice 
in the years to come. 






MARLEY Giddens, Center 
Three-year letterman 



Joe Barnes, Guard 
Two-year letterman 



Captain Glenn Fikes, Guard 
Three-year letterman 
All Conference '35 



John Rodger s. Guard 
One-year letterman 



Pete Newton, Forward 
hour-year letterman 



J ack Giesecke, Forward 
Three-year letter man 







REVIEW OF THE SEASON 

The Pirates finished the season well behind the leaders but gave the fans 
a glimpse of a consistently winning quintet, something they have not seen 
for some years. Especially pleasing to local enthusiasts was the fact that 
Coach Edens* men lost only two games at home, one of which was a non- 
conference contest with San Marcos. The other was to the elongated Cham- 
pions, the Simmons Cowboys. 

The season started in very promising fashion with the Pirates taking 
successive contests from the Teachers at San Marcos, Saint Edwards at 
Austin, Trinity, Austin College and Saint Edwards at Georgetown. This 
gave Southwestern top rank in the pennant chase, but this early season 
spurt was nipped in the bud by three heart breaking defeats in Abilene, 
and later two in Brownwood. The road trips over, the Pirates again settled 
down to consistent winning, broken only by the crushing defeat at Sim- 
mons" hands, and climaxed by a thrilling road trip which saw both Trinity 
and Austin College fall before the Corsair's invasion. The final results were 
ten victories and six defeats in conference play, and a split series of two 
games with San Marcos. 

The five lettermen from the '34 squad saw most of the service. These 
were Captain Fikes, Newton, Giesecke, Giddens, and Barnes. Rodgers and 
Endicott saw a great deal of service and earned their first cage letters at 
Southwestern. 

Captain Glenn Fikes, outstanding for three years at guard received su- 
preme recognition this year by making a berth on the All Conference five. 
He well deserves the honor, for throughout his varsity play he has been the 
very foundation of Pirate quintets. 

Newton and Giesecke finished the season among the scoring leaders, 
Newton scoring 133 points to take second place, and Giesecke garnering 
115 points for fifth place. 




4 



VIRGINIA STEWART . . . MISS SO UTH WESTERN 




JIMMIE RUTH NIXON . . . MOST POPULAR GIRL 




LENORA BUSS . . . CAMPUS BEAUTY 




FRANCES TEMPLE 



CAMPUS BE A UTY 




KATHRYN COBB . . . CAMPUS BEAUTY 



SNAPSHOTS 



PIRATE FIGHT HYMN 



Pirates fight for old Southwestern, 
For our Alma Mater dear; 
Pirates fight for old Southwestern, 
For victory is near. 
To Southwestern we'll be loyal 
"Til the sun drops from the sky, 
Remembering until the end, 
Pirate fight never dies. 

Editor's Note: May this song ever be a source of 
inspiration to those students who have sung it 
to the boys on the field, as it is to the athletes 
who will always get a thrill each time it is heard. 



" Scrapiron'''' is carrying the ballot box around to make sure that no one puts 
anything over on him. Can it be that Margaret is going in for waiting tables 
too? f 'Doc" Tinsley has a crowd around him listening to his jokes. As usual, 
he has some good ones. Helen takes a week end off to show up some of the more 
experienced "deer" hunters. 



Cobb and McMillan both have their aims full. Miss Southwestern is just 
departing for parts unknown, we wonder with whom? The Geology class is 
examining the "why" of a concrete dam. They don*t know it was put there. 
The student body is just leaving the ole tree where the "S" Association has 
been distributing awards to the deserving ones. 




Miss Moorman is in a good humor this morning, and just offhand one could 
say so is Jack. The President pauses from his favorite pastime to pose for this 
one. Miss Kuvkendall was in a hurry but consented to stop for a hurry-up 
snapshot; she has so much to do that it is hard to get a picture of her except on 
the run. Professor Dunn drives one across the road (the first road). 



Can these boys lay the leather on? Just you ask some of the fellows who have 
been there. Mrs. Ferguson is one of the sweetest and best liked teachers on the 
campus. Look out Ross, that thing might bite! Estelle and Margaret gave us an 
action picture, when they took to their heels to avoid the camera. 



"Doc" has been looking over the track which has been his hobby for the past 
few years. Mr. Wapple has just finished a round of golf. Can it be that Ethel 
is shy or just trying to appear so? She is one of the prettiest and best liked girls 
on the campus even if she did not win the beauty contest. Sara, where are you 
going? 




Annetta and Carolyn can always be seen "Buddying" around — that is they 
could until — . Fikes had better start looking for the clippers! "Stooge" and 
"Clonny''' are very mad about something, or do they look that nay all the time? 
Endicott has decided to leave his studies long enough to go to the little store. 
Hurry back, * r Kernel." 



Due to the careful supervision of Dr. Howard the Campus golf course is one 
of the best of its kind in the state and all the members of our "Family"' are wel- 
come to use it. Virginia did not know she was posing for you. Professor Lehm- 
berg is about to sink a putt in his daily round. 



Tommy and Woody are enjoying a ride in Pud's fresh air taxi. Fikes is not 
consistent; he would have us believe he is a "Stooge"''' one minute and then 
plays the part of a cave-man the next. Jarrard is forcing Cousin Billy Bob to 
listen to his brief or something Sue is in an unusually good mood for some un- 
known reason, or is it the ring? 



Believe it or not the sweet little girl at the top is none other than the coach's 
daughter. Just below her you see the " Chain-gang'' " hard at work! Walden has 
at last decided to be herself, maybe Byron Kidd will let her use his horse too. 
Also two representatives (that is all I can call them here) of the JaDaKa House. 
Bet Lucille is late to class again. 



Here we have some of the prospects for next yearns team, that is with the ex- 
ception of "Hoss." The school is going to retire him on a pension. H e wish 
Captain Barnes every success in the world for next year. And at the lower right 
is the jinx which has trailed the pirates for the greater part of the last three 
years. They just couldn't cross it often enough to get on the long end of the score. 




Some of the chariots of Southwestern. Rodgers is happy about something — 
but so are Cannon and Horn! Ross, can it be that you have taken to music or just — 
At the bottom we see the pep squad drilling for one of the games. The little girl 
at the left is Edith Jane Edens. 




Well, spring training is here again and Coach Edens will soon knoiv what 
the team is to be like next year. Let's hope they have a little better luck with 
""Lady Luck^^ the coming year. 



ORGANIZATIONS 




The Students' Assoeiation of Southwestern Universi- 
ty includes every regularly registered student in resi- 
dence at the institution. 

The officers are elected on the second Tuesday in 
May to serve for the following school year. The election 
dale for the publication officers was changed this year 
from the first week in February to the first week in 
March by the student body. 



OFFICERS OF THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION 

Joseph Van Ness President 

Jimmie Ruth Nixon Secretary 

Winston Proctor Vice-President 



VAN NESS 



NIXON 



PROCTOR 



THE STUDENT SENATE 




The Student Senate is elected as soon as the classes 
are organized and serves as the ruling hody of the stu- 
dents, helping to solve their problems. 

Winston Procter assumed control at mid-term when 
Van Ness failed to return and ran things like a veteran. 
Both of the presidents should be congratulated and 
thanked for the assistance rendered collecting the Stu- 
dent Activity Fee. 

The Senate has a regular meeting night each month 
and during the past year a representative group attend- 
ed each meeting. 



Top row: Adams, Horn, Gillespie, McKenzie, Rodgers, Ashe, Giddens, Ferguson 
Middle row: Giesecke, Richardson, Baker, White, Engman, Tensley, Secrest, Wiemers 
Bottom row: Jennings, Stewart, Morford, Price, Smith, Fowler, Riley 



UNIVERSITY HONOR COUNCIL 




The Honor Council has jurisdiction over the students 
while they are outside the dormitories. It serves as a 
hoard to help the students when they are in trouble and 
to act as a judge when the rules and regulations of the 
Honor System have been broken. 

This body is composed of four Seniors, three Juniors, 
and two Sophomores elected by the respective classes. 

OFFICERS 

. . . .President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 



Marley Giddens 
Roy Richardson 
Lola Fay Hunt. 



Top row: Giddens. Hunt, Richardson, Baker, Secrest 
Bottom row: Pressley, Erekson, Fowler, Riley 




WOMAN'S BUILDING HONOR COUNCIL 



The Woman's Building Honor Council is the govern- 
ing body of the girls. It is composed of ten girls selected 
from the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes. 

These girls deal with all problems arising in the Wo- 
man's Building and settle them as they see fit. 



Top row: McKenzie, Ashe, Anderson, Lankford 
Bottom row: Nixon, Pope, Pate, Morford, Strange 



MOOD HALL HONOR COUNCIL 



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The Mood Hall Honor Council is elected annually by 
the boys of Mood Mall and takes upon itself the task of 
keeping order in the "Barn" as some of the home-loving 
boys are inclined to call the hall. However, Charles 
Gillespie has been successful in keeping "them" be- 
tween the traces. 

It is really surprising at the small amount of friction 
among the boys of the Hall; this can be attributed to 
the efficiency of the Honor Council. 



Top roiv: Gillespie, Newton, Marlin, Giesecke 
Bottom row: Rodgers, Horn, Embhy, Jennings 



SOUTHWESTERN SCIENCE SOCIETY 



The Science Society is an organization which is com- 
posed of students majoring in science who have an 
average of eighty -five, counting the science twice. The 
Society has had regular meetings throughout the year 
with a good attendance at every one to enjoy the in- 
teresting programs and refreshments. 

The members are interested in stimulating interest 
in science and helping others to appreciate and under- 
stand science. 



Top row: Ullrich, Tinsley, Godbey, Tipton, Keith, Bruton, Wapple, Lesesne, Dunn, Clark. 
Middle row: Erekson, McMillan, J. Godbey, Jr., Richardson, Sharpe, Giddens, Rodgers, Press- 
ley, Davis, Ferguson. 

Bottom row: Quebedeaux, Edens, Murph, Manford, Hamilton, Adams, Byrd, Wilkinson, Triplett. 




ALPHA CHI 



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This organization is better known to the old students 
as the Scholarship Society, but during the past year 
(he new name was adopted. This is the mother chapter 
of the Scholarship Societies of the South. 

The purpose of this group is to promote, stimulate, 
and recognize scholarship, and at some time during the 
year to present a speaker on some phase of scholarship 

Those students with a scholastic standing in the 
upper ten per cent of the Junior or Senior classes are 
eligible for membership upon the approval of the faculty 
and of the society. 



Top row: Ferguson, Van Ness, C. Quebedeaux, Howard, W. A. Quebedeaux, Murph, Nilson. 
Bottom rotv: Risinger, Hurst, Hunt, Caldwell, Baker, Ellis, Eanes, Wiemers. 



MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 



The Ministerial Association is composed of men stu- 
dents who expect to enter active Christian service. Its 
aim is to create a fellowship of Christian brotherhood 
on the campus and to uphold the dignity and worth of 
the ministry. 

Officers 
Fall term 

Bruce Day President 

Donald M. Risinger Vice-President 

Alton Jones Secretary-Treasurer 

Spring term 

Donald Risinger President 

Garland Lavender Vice-President 

Alton Jones Secretary-Treasurer 



Top row: Pledger, Bergin, Benard, Blackburn, Bowden, Biley. 

Middle roiv: Galbreath, Day, Jones, Klose, Meixner, Park. 

Bottom row: Bisinger, Freuh, Summers, Lavender, Tbjplett, Starnes. 




PAN AMERICAN FORUM 



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The Pan American Forum is composed of students 
who are interested in promoting, stimulating, and de- 
veloping interest in the Spanish Language. This is ac- 
complished by having programs carried on in Spanish. 

During the spring the Forum sent delegates to Okla- 
homa City to a meeting of the Pan American Forums. 



Top roiv: Morgan, McKinnon, E. Ferguson, Wardlaw, Fox, Hill, Temple, Jordan, N. Shivers, 
Ainsworth, Berry. 

Second row: Weatherby, W. Roberts, Davis, Johnson, Ferguson, B. F. Roberts, Embry, Kurth, 

Armstrong, Joe Kurth, Pope. 
Third row: Seybold, Reeder, Powers, Morris, Shivers, Wilcox, Bruton, Lychman. 
Bottom row: Harris, Clover, Brockette, Swope, Lavender, Robinson, Price, Carpenter. 









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At the time of writing this article the debating season 
is just getting under way, but from the early showings 
made by the boys at the various debate tournaments, 
which were held in Abilene and Durant, Oklahoma, we 
are expecting much from the debaters. They are ably 
coached by Mr. Marsh, head of the public speaking 
department. 



Secrest Smith Mobelle Black 




PUBLICATIONS 



SOU'WESTER 

Jean Meyer Associate Editor 

Marley Giddens Business Manager 

Thomas Ferguson Editor-elect 

Roy Kirkpatrick Business Manager-elect 

THE MEGAPHONE 

Jarrard Secrest Editor 

Dave Engman Business Manager 

Don Scarbrough Editor-elect 

Fred Stewart Business Manager-elect 

THE MAGAZINE 

Kermit Horn Editor 

Jack Morris Editor-elect 



Top row: Meyer, Giddens, J. Secrest, Engman, Horn. 
Bottom row: Ferguson, Kirkpatrick, Scarbrough, Stewart 



UNIVERSITY CHOIR 




The Choir has made several appearances in the sur- 
rounding towns and will make more trips later in the 
year. It sang at the Carol Services in Austin the past 
year. 

The Choir is under the leadership of Dean Meyer and 
Mr. Cook and has worked hard to keep up its reputa- 
tion as being one of the best in the state. 

About half of the members graduate this year and 
they will be sorely missed at the first rehearsal next fall. 
It will be hard to replace so many good voices in one 
year. 



First row: Raetzsch, Schussleb, Smith, Brannies, Bell, Gillespie, Ellis, Ramsey, Shivers 
Rice, Hunt 

Second row: Wiemers, Leonhardt, Lavender, Bowden, Phifer, Williams, Ward, Marlin, 
Caldwell, Freuh, Mrs. Cook 

Third row: Davis, Yeager, Adams, Kimmons, Neas, Meyer, Director, Bowden, Gage, Sm'ley, 
Nilson, Davis 

Fourth row: Cook, Ass't director, Anderson, Buss, Moorman, Powers, Carpenter, Bohmfalk, 
Jones 



THE PIRATE BAND 



If the Pirates did not have a successful season, it was 
no fault of the hand. Under the capable leadership of 
Mr. Cook the boys put on a program every Friday 
morning for the benefit of the team and to get the stu- 
dents pepped up for a lot of spirit at the game. 

The past season was the best season for the band in 
several years. Let us hope they will keep up the good 
work. Our hat is off to these boys! 





SORORITIES 



ALPHA DELTA PI 



Founded, 1851, Macon, Georgia 



Colors: Blue and White 



Flower: Violet 



SORORES IN URBE 



Mrs. Roy Richardson 
Mrs. Emmett Cook 
Mrs. Henry Price 
Mrs. Etah Flanagan 
Mrs. M. T. Quebedeaux 
Mrs. C. H. Harris 
Mrs. W. P. Hoffman 



Mrs. Walter Young 
Mrs. C. S. Sanders 
Miss Agnes Wilcox 
Miss Molly Davis 
Miss Honnie Wright 
Mrs. Milton Lindell 



Mildred McKenzie 
Evelyn Lankford 
Shirley Johnson 
Emma Howard Thomas 



SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Helena Gresham 
Elaine Thomas 
Jessie Scott Price 
Ethel Ferguson 



Top row: McKenzie, Lankford, Johnson, Thomas, Price, Ferguson 
Bottom row: Gresham, Thomas, Baker, Richardson, Seyrolle, Spencer 



ALPHA DELTA PI 



Mrs. I. J. McCook 
Mrs. W. L. Price 
Mrs. Conn Foster 

Margaret Baker 
Vera Belle Richardson 
Minnie Saur 
Martha Faye Ramseur 
Susie Beal Snyder 
Frances Crawford 
Mary Bell 



Patronesses 



Pledges 



Mrs. Rita C. McClain 
Mrs. Harry Dolan 
Mrs. Dor W. Brown 

Florence Spencer 
Caroline Morford 
Allene Walker 
Margaret Saur 
Mary Martha Strange 
Doris Montgomery 
Tone McAlister 
Natalie Connally 



Promises 
Margaret Cawthon Baker 
Mary Brown 
estelle seybold 



Top row: Ramsuer, Brown, Walker, Snyder, Montgomery, Crawford, Bell 
Bottom row: Strange, Saur, Saur, Baker, McAlister, Morford, Connally- 



ZETA TAU ALPHA 



Founded, 1808, Farmville, Virginia 
Colors: Turquoise Blue and Steel Gray Flower: White Violet 



Patronesses 

Mrs. F. E. Bucholz 
Mrs. C. S. Griffith 
Mrs. R. A. Nichols 
Mrs. E. G. Gillett 
Mrs. W. J. Davis 
Mrs. R. W. Tinsley 



Mrs. W. H. Moses 
Mrs. G. W. Johns 
Mrs. D. W. Wilcox 
Mrs. W. J. Burcham 
Mrs. R. J. Stone 
Mrs. E. H. Eanes 



SORORES IN URBE 

Mrs. Lawrence Starnes 
Miss Tula Lee Stone 
Miss Frances Stone 



Top row: Ash, Stinchcomb, Eanes 

Bottom row: Tinsley, Berry, Phillips, Nixon 



ZETA TAU ALPHA 



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SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 



Marjorie Ashe 
Mary Noel Stinchcomb 
Lucile Eanes 
Frances Tinsley 
Janice Berry 
Jane Phillips 



Jimmie Ruth Nixon 
Esther Turner 
Phyliss Perren 
Mary Nell Johnson 
Bobby Faye Roberts 
Dorothy Deffebach 



Pledges 
Arline Smith 
Charlotte White 
Rachel Edwards 

Promises 
Cleo Eargle 
Polly Criner 
Charlotte MacDermott 



Top row: White, Edwards, Deffebach, Perren 
Bottom row: MacDermott, Smith, Johnson, Roberts 



DELTA DELTA DELTA 




Founded, 1H88, Boston, Mass. 
Colors: Silver, Gold, and Blue 

TRI DELTA ALLIANCE 
Mrs. F. C. Smith 
Mrs. R. L. Logan 
Mrs. J. P. Atkin 
Mrs. C. O. Beaver 



Firmer: Pansy 



SOKOKES IN UNIVERSITATE 



Nell Shivers 
Jean Meyer 
Agnes Pope 
Frances Nell Halley 
Clarice Raetzsch 
Sara Moore Anderson 
Lenora Buss 
Virginia Stewart 



Frances Mary Rice 
Elizabeth Howard 
Margaret Jackson 
Frances Temple 
Henriem Hefley 
Frances Fox 
Lola Fay Hunt 
Lelia Lee Batte 



Top row: Halley, Raetzsch, Anderson, Buss, Stewabt, Rice, Howard, Shivers 
Bottom row: Pope, Jackson, Hefley, Fox, Temple, Hunt, Meyer, Batte 







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Louise Ward 
Sara Elizabeth Crozier 
Mary Frances Shannon 
Hattie Kurth 
Alexandria Lehmberg 
Virginia Harvey 
Doris Evelyn May 
Dorothy Davidson 
Helen Davis 
Faye Wardlaw 



SORORES IN FACULTATE 
Miss Laura Kuykendall 

Pledges 



Mary Alice Thomas 
Virginia Acree 
Katherine Pate 
Elizabeth Walden 
Mary Sue Maness 
Margaret Wynne 
Mary Leah Richter 
Carolyn Powers 
Annetta Weatherby 
Bunny Brown 



Top row: Powers, Weatherby, Ward, Crozier, Shannon, Kurth, Lehmberg 
Middle row: Harvey, May, Davidson, Davis, Thomas, Acree 
Bollom row: Wynne, Walden, Maness, Pate, Ritciiter, Wardlaw 





The Women's Pan-Hellenic is composed of the presi- 
dent and secretary of each of the sororities and is sup- 
posed to take care of all problems which arise between 
the sororities. 



Ashe McKenzie Halley Tinsley Price Stewart 





FRATERNITIES 



KAPPA SIGMA 



Founded L869, University of Virginia 
lota Installed 1886 
Colors: Scarlet. Green, and White 

FRATRES IN URBE 



Flower: Lily of the Valley 



S. A. Hodces 
M. F. Smith 

Fred Stewart 
John Streit 
Joe Kurth 
Roy Kirkpatrick 
Charles Orr 

Norman Presley 
Almo Halemecek 



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FRATRES IN UN1VERSITATE 
Armpy Davis 
Melvin Price 
Darby Orgian 
John Hill 

Pledges 
Robert Overton 
Jack Browder 



Joe Rutherford 
Robert Earnest 
Robert Hatchett 
durwood m anford 
Whitehead Wardl wv 

Robert Purl 
Thomas Purl 
g. w. gordenhire 



Top row: Stewart, Kurth, Striet, Davis, Ktrkpatrick, Orr, Price, Wardlaw 

Middle row: R. Purl, Halemecek, Presley, Manford, Browder, Gordeniiire, Rutherford 

Bottom row: Earnest, Orgian, Hill, Hatchett, Wood, Overton, Purl 




KAPPA ALPHA 




Colors: Crimson and Gold 

I. J. McCook 
W. R. Mood 
John Gillett 



Magnolia and Red Rose 



Founded 1865, Washington and Lee University 
Xi Installed 1883 

Flowers: 
FRATRES IN URBE 
R. W. Tinsley. Faculty Advisor James Harris 
H. S. Frieze Lloyd Johns 



Thomas Ferguson 
Lenard Ferguson 
Sam Cobb 

Forrest Jones, Jr. 
James Mann 
J. T. Pryor 
Strait Kimmons 
Arnold Reeder 
Myron Vogan 



Burgin Dunn 

FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Franklin Yeager 
Lester Clark 

Pledges 
Jack Wright 
John Francis Blum 
Elmo Lewis 
Francis Butler 
Maurice Easterling 
Oscar Hamilton 



George Woodall 
Joseph Van Ness 



Jack Morris 
Robert Garbutt 
Frank Renfro 
Weldon Byrd 
Hershel Orr 



Top row: Clark, Cobb, Yeager, Van Ness, T. Ferguson, L. Ferguson, Woodall, Hamilton 
Middle row: Byrd, Pryor, Morris, Blum, Wright, Garbutt, Vogan, Beeder 
Bollom row: Benfro, Kimmons, Easterling, Butler, Mann, Orr, Jones 





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Founded 1848, Miami University 
Texas Gamma Installed 1886 



Colors: Argent and Azure 

D. W. Wilcox 
Sam Stone 
D. K. Wilcox 



FRATRES IN URBE 



Flower: White Carnation 

R. L. Logan 
Walter Young 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 



King Vivion 
W. C. Vaden 
P. P. Young 

Winston Proctor 
James White 
Roy Richardson 

Halsell Armstrong 
Ford Ainsworth 
Tommy Baldwin 
Billy Clemmons 



H. L. Gray 

L. J. Waggoner 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 



Jarrard Secrest 
James Fowler 
Billy Bob Eanes 
Pledges 
Gayle Crawford 
Bradford Crunk 
Burleson Cannon 
Glenn Fikes 



Virgil Morelle 
Thomas McMillan 



Hance Garrett 
George McKay 
Felix B. Secrest 
Armstrong Kerr 



Top row: Richardson, Proctor, White, J. Secrest, McMillan, Fowler, Eanes 
Middle row: Morelle, Fikes, Secrest, Crawford, Crunk, Clemmons, Kerr 
Bottom row: Ainsworth, Armstrong, Cannon, Baldwin, McKay, Garrett 







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For fear that some people may feel slighted; 
this section is humbly dedicated to 

THOSE WHO FEEL THAT THEY 
SHOULD HAVE MADE THIS 
SECTION AND DIDN'T 

Signed, 



SOU'JOKER 



CAN YOU IMAGINE: 



K. Horn being true blue? 

Jimmie Ruth making up her mind? 

Sam Cobb rushing the Tri Delts? 

The JaDaKa's featuring their members in the Magazine or Mega- 
phone? 

Stinchcomb and McMillan being like other people? 
George Larendon not telling a BIG one? 
Ed Summers out of True Blue girl-friends? 
Ed Summers out of politics? 
Ed Summers out? 

K. Horn singing, "I'm in the Jailhouse now?" 
Donald Hicks fussing with J. R.? 
"Stooge" holding hands with Virginia? 
Lelia Batte going to the main building? 

Charles Gillespie walking from the W.B. to Mood Hall alone? 

Jack Giesecke making puns? 

The Church Choir without certain girls? 

Coach Edens in a bad humor? 

Miss "Kirk" being struck speechless? 

The Tri Deltas without Fikes? 

Lola Fay Hunt associating with the freshmen? 

Virginia Stewart trying to be nice? 

Agnes Pope weighing a mere 125 pounds? 

"Scrapiron" with a girl? 

Yeagor without Natalie? 

What (or how much) technique Lester Clark used? 

Louise Ward singing "Phi Delta Theta Phi?" 

Margaret Presley flirting? 

Walden acting her age? — Maybe she is! 

Margaret Wynne telling P. the English lesson? 

Jarrard and Frances in the newspaper racket? 

"Dopey" McKay singing "Jesus Wants Me for a Sun Beam?" 



DO YOU KNOW: 

The Ka was dropped from JaDaKa for a brief time in April, and became "Ka- 
.luii"' much to the distress of the JaDa pari of ihis fraternity, since the Ka is cook? 

"Pud" Shannon is planning on bringing a bigger and better car (it couldn't lie 
worse) to school next year so she will be able to compete on equal terms with the 

Zetas? 

The Alpha Delia Pis did right well when they imported Doris Montgomery to 
take charge of the chapter? 

Henriem Hefley is trying to cause a splil in the Phi chapter? 

The "Dooles" plan lo pledge the freshmen by the dozen next year instead of as 
individuals? — This should bring the chapter's number up to par. 

The Alpha Delta Pi chapter will lose the last of their Bryan delegation this year? 
There are ticks as well as rocks and scenery on the San Gabriel? 
Ed Summers is Mrs. Quebedeaux's pet in the library? 

At least one Alpha Delta can hustle? — Lankford rates a car for the rest of the 
Sang- 

Maxine Busshart did not know what shoes were until he came to town? 

The reason the Tri Deltas refuse to furnish cars (as the Zetas do) for their dates 
is because they walk for the exercise. 

Dave Engman can hardly wait to get back to the "Y" in Beaumont? — He should 
never have been allowed to leave. 

Jack Gieseeke makes so much racket eating his soup at a certain cafe his buddies 
are forced to put on a floor show to drown out the noise? — There can be no other 
reason for the attempt at harmony which they make. 

Gavle Crawford is now "The Forgotten Man?" 



KAPPA SIGMA 



It is rumored that there is a fraternity by this name on the campus 
but we aren't sure, because its members will hardly admit belonging 
to it. 

This renowned crew infest the large gray house across the street 
from the Ad Building and contaminate the atmosphere thereabouts. 

The boys do have a nice house though, the only part needing any 
repairs is the back stairs which are a trifle worn. 

This is a chapter of lady killers (so they think) and their pride and 
joy is Mr. Charles (Don Juan) Orr. 

Their pledging system is both expensive and inefficient. On the 
first day of Rush Week they rent two dozen cars and park them all 
over the front and back yard of the house and sit down and wait . . . 
and are usually left waiting. 

If you would like to see these rare specimens in their native haunts, 
take a look at the lobby of the Women's Building after any meal. 



KAPPA ALPHA 



This group of sophisticated Southern Gentlemen rep- 
resents Southwestern"^ oldest Fraternity. 

Kappa Alpha has always been recognized as a Fra- 
ternity with a high code of morals — at least by its own 
members. 

Some of the boys have a little trouble hanging on to 
their pins, but they don't have the troubles like those 
who have already parted with theirs. We can't say 
whether the three KA pins wandering about over the 
campus adorning a like number of fair co-eds is to be 
desired or to be considered a sign of weakness, but at 
least it shows that all the boys do not spend their entire 
time in the library pouring over their studies. 



PHI DELTA THETA 

To a dumb green freshman just entering school and being swept off his 
feet with fraternal attentions, this mob probably makes the best impression 
because they do have an awfully pretty pledge pin, not to mention some 
individuals who can sell Mahatma Ghandi a full dress suit with two pairs 
of pants. 

Besides being blessed with brothers who can talk the ears off the original 
iron horse, the chapter has more than its share of sheiks, who represent the 
chapter in indoor sports. 

Speaking of sports, we can t leave out Proctor, the ping pong king, and 
"One Shot" Eanes, of basketball fame. 

Except for a few pledges who should be sent back to high school, Phi 
Delta Theta is an excellent organization, good boys, good sports and gentle- 
men. 

JaDaKa 

This queer organization is composed of three shiftless tramps who do no 
earthly good whatever except to clutter up the landscape with their un- 
desirable presence . . . just three bums bound together by fate. I might add 
that their car is also bound together by fate plus a little haywire, and is due 
to disintegrate at any moment. 

The boys all write lousy stories and articles for an otherwise good maga- 
zine and paper, and on top of this they all sing, and at any public function 
whether called on or not, they will rend a selection, in fact they will 
tear it asunder. 

The next time you're feeling up to it why don't you call on the boys — 
you'll actually leave with a hangover. 



ALPHA DELTA PI 

Alpha Delia Pi surprised everybody including themselves this year by 
pledging a pretty good crew of freshmen, and consequently the chapter 
has risen several notches socially. They even boast a KA pin in the chapter 
— maybe we shouldn't have said "boast" because, come to think of it, we 
don't hear them bragging about it. 

They are thinking of establishing a chapter in Tommy Cooper's Drug 
Store. because that's where half the chapter stays, but that's all right. We 
can stand it if Tommy can. 

The girls seem to get around pretty well this year — maybe its because 
they aren't so particular — A dare is a date with them even if it's on a coffee 
can. 

DELTA DELTA DELTA 

The Tri Delts started off the year with a rush and have been slowing 
down ever since and now, if it wasn't for the fact that you have to push 
them out of your way to get anywhere, one wouldn't even know they were 
around. 

We heard once that the Tri Delts used to have dates once in a while but 
we didn't believe it; they seem to have such a good time by themselves too, 
we hope the association isn't forced. Maybe some friend will break down 
and tell them what's wrong sometime. 

However, we really are expecting a great improvement in the chapter 
next year, in fact, if it changes at all we just know it will be for the better, 
so cheer up girls, the worst is not yet to come . . . it's already here. 



ZETA TAU ALPHA 



This is one group of females who may be termed, in 
everyday language, as a "deal." Never satisfied unless 
they are up to something, they may be looked on as a 
blessing to the school because their members seldom 
sleep and never eat. 

Zeta Tau Alpha has an edge in regard to social posi- 
tion on the campus, much to the disgust of another 
prominent sorority, which is doing the best it can under 
the circumstances. 

Maybe we can explain this popularity by the fact 
that the Zetas practically have a monoply of the cars 
in the Womens Building. It would be fun to take all 
their automobiles away from them just to see what 
would happen. Can't you just see Ashe walking to and 
from town? I can't. 

Sometime when you're lonesome call up a Zeta and 
ask her for a date; she can't do any more than say no, 
and she probably will. 



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Expert Washing and Lubrication Service 
Goodrich Tires and Tubes Driverless Rent Cars 

PHONE 560 



COOPER DRUG STORE 

THE REXALL STORE 
Georgetown, Texas 
School Books Stationery 



PALACE THEATRE 



"Where Georgetown is Entertained" 



WILCOX BROS. 

JEWELERS AND STATIONERS 

We Sell University Books, Also 

Buy Back Books That Will 
Be Used Again 

Have Nice Line Of Jewelry 

Do Watch and Jewelry Repairing 

11 e Appreciate \our Trade 

GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 



When in after years you turn the pages of this Sou' Wester, — the history of the 
1934-1935 class, and view the photographs of old friends and acquaintances, may 
this familiar slogan, 

-THE SIGN OF GOOD CLOTHES" 

that has appeared in all your college publica lions again come to your mind, and 
your friends and supporters at this store that features the newest of college styles 
while they are new. 




THE COLLEGE MAN'S STORE 



GEORGETOWN 
WATER AND LIGHT 
PLANT 

BELONGS 
TO THE CITIZENS OF 
GEORGETOWN 
IT TURNED BACK TO THE CITY 
MORE THAN 
$22,000.00 NET EARNINGS 



ACME DRY CLEANERS 
Phone 76 
Reese Jennings — Mood Hall 


THEO MILES DRY CLEANERS 
For First Class Work 
Dry Cleaners, Hatters, Dyers 
Georgetown, Texas 


Students Welcome 
to 

DAISY CAFE 
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hutto 


TIP TOP CAFE 
For that snack after the show 
and downtown lunch 


Compliments of 
Clll/rLlNs 1L.iL LUMrAIN I 


Compliments of 
THE SOUTHWEST TELEPHONE 
COMPANY 


Compliments of 
BUCHOLZ 

EXCLUSIVE SHOPPE FOR . . .WOMEN 


Compliments of 
COMMUNITY NATURAL GAS 

COMPANY 
Ben A. Wyatt, District Manager 
Mrs. Paul E. Munson, Cashier 


Compliments of 
PERRY BROS. INC. 
5-10 and 25 cent Stores 
North Side Square Georgetown, Texas 


GISTINGER MARKET 
Quality Products 
All Kinds Cured, Luncli, and Fresh M^eats 
"You Must Be Satisfied" 



HEARD'S SERVICE STATION 

Austin Avenue 

SINCLAIR H C GASOLINE OPALINE and PENNSYLVANIA OIL 
Lubrication and H ashing a Specially 

TIRES AND TUBES AUTO ACCESSORIES 

Hill Heard Phone 44 Henry Price, Jr 



THE FARMERS STATE BANK 

GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 

Georgetown welcomes you, students, and so do we with our sage dependable 
banking facilities. We always give prompt and courteous service to all your needs. 



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We wish you a happy vacation, and to the seniors 
SUCCESS 

* * * 
DIRECTORS 

E. G. Gillett, President W. L. Price, Cashier 

D. W. Wilcox H. M. Graves 

H. LUNBLAD 



CITIES SERVICE OIL COMPANY 

Try a Tank of our Koohnotor Gas and Oil 

'Once — Ahvays" Phone 300 

B. L. Sisk, Agent 




BUFFALO DRIVE 'HOUSTON, TEXAS